Chicken Farmers Left in Uncertainty, Excess Deaths on the Rise

In the realm of agriculture, former chicken growers for Cooks Venture, a poultry company based in Decatur, are facing an uncertain future. The company recently announced its closure, leaving farmers in a lurch. A meeting is scheduled for Thursday at the Train Depot in Green Forest, where the growers will discuss their next steps, including potential litigation.

On the international front, Colonel Douglas McGregor, in an interview with Judge Andrew Napolitano, expressed concerns about the United States’ increasing isolation due to its close ties with Israel. The US’s veto of a recent UN Security Council vote on a ceasefire in Gaza, according to McGregor, sends a negative message to the Arab, Turkish, and Iranian populations. The interview also touched on the potential consequences of a wider war involving Iran, Russia, and China, underscoring the complexity of the situation.

In the pharmaceutical industry, concerns are being raised about the risks associated with SSRIs and the FDA’s alleged cover-up of their adverse effects. The text highlights unethical practices such as the manipulation of clinical trials and the concealment of side effects. The author draws parallels between past FDA actions and current concerns surrounding COVID vaccines, emphasizing the need for transparency and accountability.

Meanwhile, the decline in U.S. life expectancy is raising eyebrows, with life insurers reporting a significant increase in unexpected deaths, particularly among young working-age individuals. Despite this alarming trend, public health agencies and medical societies have remained silent. The Society of Actuaries reported that mortality rates were higher for insured individuals aged 35-44 and 25-34. The increase in deaths is not solely due to COVID-19, as other factors such as liver, kidney, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and drug overdoses also contribute to the mortality rate. The United Kingdom has initiated an independent inquiry into post-pandemic excess deaths, suggesting a similar approach for the United States.

In related news, a recent study conducted in Japan found that approximately 70% of people who died after receiving the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine passed away within the first 10 days following the jab. The study did not directly link the deaths to the vaccinations but suggested that the vaccine may influence the occurrence of death during the risk period. Cardiologist Dr. Peter McCullough commented on the study, stating that the data on vaccine deaths in Japan is similar to those in the US. Japan has approved the world’s first self-amplifying mRNA COVID-19 vaccine, although safety and efficacy data for the shot have not been published.

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